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Evaluation of functional methods of joint centre determination for quasi-planar movement.

Functional methods identify joint centres as the centre of rotation (CoR) of two adjacent movements during an ad-hoc movement. The methods have been used for functionally determining hip joint centre in gait analysis and have revealed advantages compared to predictive regression techniques. However, the current implementation of functional methods hinders its application in clinical use when subjects have difficulties performing multi-plane movements over the required range. In this study, we systematically...

Healthcare staff's evaluation of a walk-in centre at a healthcare centre in an immigrant-dense area.

To evaluate a walk-in centre at a healthcare centre in an immigrant-dense area where a high proportion of the patients have limited language ability in Swedish, from the perspective of healthcare personnel.

Perception of inappropriate cardiopulmonary resuscitation by clinicians working in emergency departments and ambulance services: the REAPPROPRIATE international, multi-centre, cross sectional survey.

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is often started irrespective of comorbidity or cause of arrest. We aimed to determine the prevalence of perception of inappropriate CPR of the last cardiac arrest encountered by clinicians working in emergency departments and out-of-hospital, factors associated with perception, and its relation to patient outcome.

Carols by glow sticks: a retrospective analysis of Poisons Information Centre data.

To win a Christmas hamper. We also devised a study of our most festive seasonal poisoning, to demonstrate how hard we are working while everyone else is partying.

Establishment of a CFD-based k a model in microtiter plates to support CHO cell culture scale-up during clone selection.

Microtiter plates are a common tool for clone selection in biopharmaceutical development. A way of visualizing and evaluating these systems and key processes parameters is the application of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). CFD is a powerful tool for the modelling of hydrodynamics and mass transfer parameters. In this work, CFD was used to determine the specific surface area, the volumetric power input and the oxygen mass transfer coefficient k a for two different microtiter plates with different scales ...

Microvascular narrowing and BP monitoring: A single centre observational study.

Half of all hypertensive individuals have inadequately-controlled BP because monitoring methods are ineffective. This single centre study examined consecutive subjects undergoing 24 hour BP measurements for clinic and ambulatory BP levels, and for end-organ damage (retinal microvascular abnormalities and left ventricular hypertrophy, LVH, > 1.1 cm). Retinal images were graded for microvascular retinopathy (Wong and Mitchell classification), and vessel calibre using a semiautomated method. Features were comp...

Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS): Fast, Effective, and Agile Leading Edge Analytical Technology.

Predictors of Effective Working Memory Training in Individuals with Alcohol Use Disorders.

Low working memory (WM) capacity is associated with alcohol use disorders (AUDs). The importance of WM to adaptive functioning has led to a recent influx of studies attempting to improve individual WM capacity using various cognitive training methods. The present study aimed to examine the efficacy of complex WM training for improving WM capacity among individuals with AUD.


To assess the reliability and degree of completion of items on working conditions in the Working Conditions, Employment Conditions and Health in Latin America and the Caribbean (CTESLAC by its Spanish acronym) survey questionnaire.

Centre-Finding in E. coli and the Role of Mathematical Modelling: Past, Present and Future.

We review the key role played by mathematical modelling in elucidating two centre-finding patterning systems in E. coli: midcell division positioning by the MinCDE system and DNA partitioning by the ParABS system. We focus particularly on how, despite much experimental effort, these systems were simply too complex to unravel by experiments alone, and instead required key injections of quantitative, mathematical thinking. We conclude the review by analysing the frequency of modelling approaches in microbiolo...

Primary pigmented nodular adrenocortical disease (PPNAD): single centre experience.

Background Primary pigmented nodular adrenocortical disease (PPNAD) is a rare cause of Cushing's syndrome (CS) in childhood. We describe a case series of patients presenting at our centre along with a review of the literature. Methods A retrospective analysis of six index cases and one family were done for demographic features, hormonal profile, imaging findings, genetic mutation status, histopathologic findings and follow-up details. Diagnosis was based on biochemistry and confirmed with histopathology and...

Trait anxiety is associated with a decreased visual working memory capacity for faces.

Recent work has suggested that anxiety restricts working memory capacity, which may underlie a wide range of cognitive symptoms in anxiety. However, previous literature on the anxiety-visual working memory association yielded mixed results, with some studies demonstrating an anxiety-related increase in visual working memory capacity. In an attempt to gain a more thorough understanding of the relationship between anxiety and visual working memory maintenance function, the current study examined the influence...

AGILE: an assembled genome mining pipeline.

A number of limiting factors mean that traditional genome annotation tools either fail or perform sub-optimally when trying to detect coding sequences in poor quality genome assemblies/genome reports. This means that potentially useful data is accessible only to those with specific skills and expertise in assembly and annotation. We present an Assembled-Genome mInig pipeLinE (AGILE) written in Perl that combines bioinformatics tools with a number of steps to overcome the limitations imposed by such assembli...

Is there an association between working conditions and health? An analysis of the Sixth European Working Conditions Survey data.

This paper analyses the association between working conditions and physical health using data from the Sixth European Working Conditions Survey (EWCS6) released in 2017. The econometric analysis uses two indicators to describe health status: self-assessed health (SAH), which is a subjective indicator of health; and an objective indicator of health (SICK), which is based on the occurrence of any illness or health problem that has lasted or is expected to last for more than 6 months. The theoretical hypothese...

From nodes to networks: How methods for defining nodes influence inferences regarding network interactions.

Functional connectivity (FC) analysis of fMRI data typically rests on prior identification of network nodes from activation profiles. We compared Activation Likelihood Estimate (ALE) and the Experimentally Derived Estimate (EDE) approaches to network node identification and functional inference for both verbal and visual forms of working memory. ALE arrives at canonical activation maxima that are assumed to reliably represent peaks of brain activity underlying a psychological process (e.g., working memory)....

An approach to assessing the quality of birth centres results of the Dutch birth centre study.

to determine the usability of a recently developed set of 30 structure and process birth centre quality indicators.

The high prevalence of pre-existing mental health complaints in clients attending Saint Mary's Sexual Assault Referral Centre: Implications for initial management and engagement with the Independent Sexual Violence Advisor service at the centre.

The Saint Mary's Sexual Assault Referral Centre has a unique service delivery model whereby it provides an integrated physical and psychological support services to clients, women men and children, living in Greater Manchester. The service is available to those who have reported rape or sexual assault, whether this is recent or historic. Clients living in surrounding areas of Cheshire are provided with forensic and medical services at Saint Mary's Centre, with follow-up care provided locally, as appropriate...

Study of handling of medico-legal cases in governmental hospitals in Cairo.

Medico-legal case (MLC) represents an integral part of medical practice in the emergency departments and causalities. Therefore, the physicians should have the sufficient knowledge of their roles and responsibilities while handling these cases to aid legal justice. This study on the physicians working in governmental hospitals in Cairo aimed to assess physicians' knowledge, practice and attitude regarding handling of MLCs. The study included 452 physicians working in 7 governmental hospitals in Cairo. There...

Does care at a cardiac arrest centre improve outcome after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest? - A systematic review.

To perform a systematic review to answer 'In adults with attempted resuscitation after non-traumatic cardiac arrest does care at a specialised cardiac arrest centre (CAC) compared to care in a healthcare facility not designated as a specialised cardiac arrest centre improve patient outcomes?'

Mass Spectrometry-Based Proteomics to Define Intracellular Collagen Interactomes.

We present the development, optimization, and application of constructs, cell lines, covalent cross-linking methods, and immunoprecipitation strategies that enable robust and accurate determination of collagen interactomes via mass spectrometry-based proteomics. Using collagen type-I as an example, protocols for working with large, repetitive, and GC-rich collagen genes are described, followed by strategies for engineering cells that stably and inducibly express antibody epitope-tagged collagen-I. Detailed ...

Retrogenetic models of working memory: Preliminary multi-group analysis.

The aim of the present study was the qualitative comparison of working memory capacity of young children and older adults through the investigation of the latent structure stability or change in Working Memory capacity (WM) in childhood and aging, using Multiple Group Confirmatory Factor Analysis (MGCFA).

Dynamic population coding and its relationship to working memory.

For over 45 years, neuroscientists have conducted experiments aimed at understanding the neural basis of working memory. Early results examining individual neurons highlighted that information is stored in working memory in persistent sustained activity where neurons maintained elevated firing rates over extended periods of time. However, more recent work has emphasized that information is often stored in working memory in dynamic population codes, where different neurons contain information at different pe...

Annelies Allain: Pioneer of the International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes.

Annelies Allain has been at the forefront of global efforts to support and promote breastfeeding for more than 30 years. Her accomplishments continue to affect all of us who work with breastfeeding families. Born in the Netherlands in 1945, Annelies Allain-van Elk received a scholarship and completed a BA from the University of Minnesota, Duluth, USA. Back in Europe, she obtained a BA in French language and literature (University of Geneva, Switzerland) as well as a translator's diploma. After 4 years worki...

A review of methods used for hazard identification and risk assessment of environmental hazards.

Approximately one quarter of all deaths globally are attributed to living or working in an unhealthy environment, with household and ambient air pollution, along with exposures to ultraviolet radiation and chemicals amongst the leading causes. At present there are no international standards for assessing the risks of these environmental hazards. The use of heterogeneous methods to identify health risks from environmental hazards may reduce the level of confidence the public has in the conclusions that are m...

Report of the 20th annual meeting of the International Scientific Working Group on Tick-Borne Encephalitis (ISW-TBE): ISW-TBE: 20 years of commitment and still challenges ahead.

The 20th Meeting of the International Scientific Working Group on Tick-Borne Encephalitis (ISW-TBE) - a group of neurologists, general practitioners, clinicians, travel physicians, virologists, pediatricians, ecologists, and epidemiologists - was held under the theme "ISW-TBE: 20 years of commitment & still challenges ahead". On the occasion of the 20 anniversary of the ISW-TBE several key topics in TBE were extensively discussed, among them current epidemiological developments and investigations, expansion...

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